Jameson Select Reserve is rich and full, developing into the succulent sweetness of exotic fruits like nectarines, apricots and papayas on the nose. On the palate, a burst of flavours combines to produce a creamy, luscious taste experience.
Black Bush combines a uniquely high proportion of malt whiskey matured in former Oloroso Sherry casks with a sweet, batch-distilled grain whiskey. This unique recipe gives Black Bush its rich fruity n otes and deep intense character, balanced by adefinite smoothness producing one of the smoothest drams around.
On the nose it's a mature fruitbowl (pears, brown bananas, strawberries), vanilla and cloves. On the palate it has a thick texture, floral and creamy with burnt ginger cake. Overall, it's rich and complex but still easy-drinking.
Powers is a great example of how tradition and craftmanship can meet innovation. While staying true to its traditional style of Irish pot still whiskey, Powers found new ways to bring the best to its customers. Powers Gold Label is approximately 70% pot still, providing the backbone of the flavour along with honeyed, spicy notes and a lingering sweet and sour finish.
What happens when Jameson Original is aged in oak casks that have been seasoned with craft Irish stout? The answer lies in this limited release Jameson Caskmates. Experience the culmination of this collaboration before this experimental edition whiskey is gone.
Triple distilled from the finest Irish barley and pure spring water and then matured in oak casks, Jameson Irish Whiskey carries the hallmark of quality which has made it the best selling Irish Whiskey around the world.
Yellow Spot is special in that it contains single pot still whiskey that has been matured for a full 12 year period in three oak cask types: American bourbon barrels, Spanish sherry butts and uniquely, Spanish Malaga casks.
Writers Tears Whiskey company is owned and operated by the Walsh Family in County Carlow. The whiskey is a Vatting of Pure Pot Still and Single Malt and the resulting whiskey is one of Ireland's hightest rated whiskies.
Kilbeggan is a unique Irish Whiskey. It is easy going and approachable, but with its own distinctive style. The finest grain and malt whiskeys are blended together for a smooth, sweet taste and lovely malt finish, a characteristic of our pot stillthat is over 180 year old and still at the heart of Kilbeggan Irish whiskey.
This Single Pot Still Whisky aged between 7 and 9 years combines both malted and unmalted barley with 25% aged in sherry cask. Originally distilled for wine importers Mitchells in 1887 who would fill their empty wine barrels at the Jameson Distillery with new make pot still spirit and mature then in their own cellar.
Triple distilled and matured exclusively in first fill ex-Bourbon casks. Only 6,000 bottles are produced each year. Nose: Sweet spicy notes of vanilla, cinnamon and clove balanced with apple and pear fruit and some charred wood and freshly cut hay. Taste: Smooth and full bodied. Sweet vanilla and black peppercorns with a fresh citrus fruit and subtle grassy notes. Finish: Barley and oak with a touch of creamy dairy fudge and dark chocolate adds to the complexity. Awards: Gold winner and Best in Class at the International Spirits Challenge 2013
Sweet with toffee apples, dark chocolate and vanilla ice cream on the nose. Smooth and warm on the palate with dark chocolate orange, cocoa, toffee and cooked fruit, clove and peppery spices. Long and spicy finish with toasted oak, treacle and sweet coffee notes.
Sweet honeycomb, vanilla, apricot, citrus on the nose. Tastes velvety smooth with lots of vanilla, rock candy, peach and marmalade, sandalwood and spices. Long luxurious milk chocolate finish with biscuity malts, vanilla, oak and spices
Unlike most other Irish Whiskeys, Connemara is double distilled in two small pot stills to ensure a robust Whiskey full of flavour and character. The combination of the young and old whiskey used means that you get rich malt and fruit flavours that combine with the underlying vanilla tones and deep, full bodied peat.
This small batch bottling consists of hand selected casks which are given further maturation in ex-rum barrels imparting extra character and smooth flavour unique to Irish whiskey. By bottling at 46% with no chill filtration completes an Irish whiskey of true character.
Glendalough Double Barrel spends three and a half years in American oak first-fill Bourbon barrels before being finished for six months in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks. The Bourbon barrels impart deep, robust chocolate and caramel notes, while the Oloroso casks lighten the palate with fruitier notes and touches of nutty tones. With both barrels being oak, you get that beautiful vanilla thread youÆd expect to run through an Irish whiskey.